Article Archive for July 2012
More and more people are now backing away from the high street stores, whether they’re after their weekly groceries, a new outfit or furniture for their home, now preferring to purchase these things online.
As the information is available at the touch of a button and agencies update regularly, most business credit reports will be no more than 24-hours old.
Expedia’s travel app for the iPhone, called TripAssist, has been turning quite a few heads since its launch. Users appreciate how easy it is to research and book cheap flights right from their mobile devices.
Amazon Kindle users are noting a new support message from Amazon when browsing the Internet using their Kindle 3G – they’re now being limited to 50MG of browsing per month on their 3G network. The …
The iPhone is dominating the market as it accounts for 73 per cent or 3.7 million of AT&T’s 5.1 million smartphone activations, according to AT&T’s quarterly financial statements.
Creating micro-meetups has just gotten a lot easier thanks to the new mobile application Gather.
Imagine a Web browser that lets apps easily access your mic or camera without special plugins or that can access video game controllers plugged into your PC. Directly, without a middle man – intuitively. Imagine …
If you happen to be a huge fan of Star Wars, then you’ll be thrilled to know that a new keyboard with an LCD touch-screen display has been designed and named after the classic film.
Microsoft has finally revealed the date for the official release of its anticipated Windows 8.
Normally, I don’t talk about things like fans or other office accessories here at sCommerce. But our working environments are about more than computers, gadgets, and apps. Here in Florida, heat is an issue, even …
Searching for new applications for your iPhone? These three apps: Caveface, Ski Safari, Frankenword, could well be what you’re looking for.
A new 13-inch version of Apple’s MacBook Pro is the latest talk of the town.